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MACROMAZING! Mr. Keith Lee, President & Senior Consultant of 123Proposal Automation Software, Inc., is the featured speaker at this event. He will identify, illustrate, and encourage the use of advanced Microsoft Word techniques for automating the proposal process. Along with uncovering the macros, Mr. Lee will share time-saving techniques for Word users. He will demonstrate automation examples users can perform and apply to their next proposal to save time & money. Don't miss it - sign up now!

1/23/2013
When: January 23, 2013
5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: SRA International
8830 Stanford Road
Suite 205
Columbia, Maryland  21045
United States
Contact: Rolf Carter


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Microsoft Word has 1,800 pre-recorded macros and commands that many users don't access, why? "Users don't know about them,” says Keith Lee President and Senior Consultant of 123Proposal Automation Software, Inc., the featured speaker at APMP Chesapeake Chapter's Jan. 23, 2013 meeting. For more than 15 years, Mr. Lee has provided "proposal production” support to corporations and organizations helping them meet their proposal production goals. Mr. Lee has become a valued member on countless proposal teams as a Lead Graphic Designer and Lead Desktop Publisher.

Along with uncovering the macros, the Howard University Electrical Engineering graduate has several time-saving techniques for Word users and shares them in his presentation. Some of those techniques include the basics of creating macros and customizing the ribbons. He will demonstrate automation examples users can perform and apply to their next proposal to save time and money.

Automation isn't for everyone all the time says the entrepreneur who started a graphic design company in his sophomore year at Howard. During the January presentation, he will provide the benefits of automation, explain when to automate, and point out some instances when automation may not be the best answer. Other topics to be addressed include the Quick Access Toolbar, customizing the Word Tab Structure, and sharing new automation tools with co-workers.